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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta '-v fftft TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor BMt Za a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The DalltM Hotd li Iht But and Molt BALANCED RATION FORYOUNG Write Tor samples and be convinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton etc obtain this food from-.tha following dealers: .Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Lathbridge, Alta. 'Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nalson, B. C. Pacific Grain Co., Cal- sarr, Alta. Campbell, Wilson Lethbridge, Alia. Home, Feed Alta. Produce Co., Ellison Milling Elevator Lsthbrldse. Alta. Medicine-Hat Milling Co., cine Hat, Aita. A. Macdonald Co.. Lethbridje, Alta. Ogilvie Milling Co., Ltd, ctoD Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Green Gage Plums, Bradshaw Piams and Freestone Peaches are lino lincb to preserve i'nces are reasonable ami (he nualits is etc. Drank Sciaked and Costs John Davenport was fined and Reservists left last night, with' costs this morning lii police court for the families left behind i being drunk and disorderly The Chief P. I of Police complained that Davenport 1 was becoming a nuisance around town and Inspector Lindsay, acting magis trate, soaked him the unusually heavy fine, with the warning that if he camp up again he wou'ld get imprisonment without the option of a fine. H. Wilkinson. N, E. j 27-8-22 0. Box 336. wife anii 1 children. E. Dowse, Lethbridger brother of Commerct P. Wellsman, 817-Eighth Ave. wife. J. H. Smith, 1208 Second 'Arc. wife and. child. F. Pilsbury, Cosldalf, single. P Tr er W in liirsutone Tlie Antiscotio Hair Tonic Removes Dandruff. Keeps the- Scalp in a Heal- ths Condition Stimulates the Growth of. Hair. Two 50c and The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited car city ,to .be a scarce' us winter. Eggs are sui commodity "Time and "lay" them Jn 1 pound tins 25c 5 pound tius P Trer Brennan, St. B. N, 11 Williams, ,12th St. ZN. N. single. George D.- Bone, Lethhndge, single. Jamfs Htr.dria. 1315 Fifth A No 3 C W Ex. Nro. 1 Feed So. 3 -N'o. 4 Flax- No 1 mot "51. Fistchcr; rear .1217 7ih Ave.S; wife and chilli Mr. Dunn, 1S10 Sth Ave. V N wife and child. D-c W. C. MIN'.VEAl'OLIS 10 1 01 1.41 1 07 I A Miniature Gas Well f What had every appearance cf being 'a real gas well, was discovered in North Lethbridge fay Lieut. Barkles of No. 2 Fire Hah.. In a pool of water on Second avenue near Thirteenth street, Lieut. very ranidl un and reported the matter iram? diately to the gas company. A squad j -raa sent to the scene and upon dig- ging up the road found a crack in the I main pipe. Sufficient gas was oozing J. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 j-asgatMbfrmmu j'f Look Who's Her: Some of the visitors'in thp city to- L. CHIC I therefrom to a serious exnlo- A lady is of gentle "nirili and good; had ;inycne iii the vicinity hay- family, with sufficient means to live. IJended to light a match. without manual labor. A "Call" Exchange A lady lias refined manners, wgooil! Frank Waddington is arranging to education, ami dignity without pride.! open up a "call which is She is gentle in speech and act un-! virtually the same as an ordinary ox- s Ifisli, and no gosiip i change except for the fact 'liere 'are no brokers in co One MatU n- Loatgner the to offer Ms stcck I Ins be i n eld nlrrrr is sttll 7'hen the Cor tLllt Particular be t Src v, nth an I COT Thcre arc number local -v- noticed Sas bub-1'day Romeril, Stipling; L. HP cti-Pii the snua 'T ancl Banns Wrii Ke the situa Pmsburg: the ,_nmj> Car-'lstcn: 'V.'. H.. Hannan, Cowley; T Patton, Coatts; P. J. Hovde, .Mi River; Austin Day, Raymond: Thoe. F, Bentoa, Warner; A. Reiahardt, Ret- ]iw; C. B. Perkins. Wrentham; H. Crotvley, Ilnrtlett; C. L. Powers; Sla- Srath; Jamas K'.enny, Noblefiml IV. Orady. Foremost; Leo Crady, Wa: ner; S. Cope, Foremost, and V. V. Christie, Cardston e, nth f If K (.mJ and cliarilics n" life. llilngsyou put on your faca ata meant to hide imperfections The N'atunil fllow of hcnltb follows the dally ujc of 25 ;ts. and 60 cti. At all Druggists and Stores hh Ablej'i fir Sitk Ifara nponle v ho would dis'-o e of their oil stock if there was a market, and thus -Mr. Waddlngton alms to cre- ate it. There will, likely he two ses- sions a da.y, and the exchance will he located in the old Western Stock Ex- change building. Kentiahmen Met Notnithsmdiif ous wea j ther eruditions therr a good it li.nd.inco of Kuitishmen it Monday 'niEht's meeting to bid goodbye to I members of Hie association who are leaving liore to take up arms in de- I fence of the Empire. An excellent pro- gramme of songs, toasts and speeches rendered conlrioiuiiij their miota to the general tnjojimnt .and it v> 6 approaching the tveo fama 'hoori before 1 nng Syne' clcs ed the proceedings. Those vtfio 3re .departinR, or expecting to in.the near i future, are Messrs. Frier, Payne and Lee. .Mr. Grist Is'.also among the boyB, but unfortunately has been taken I down with typhoid.fever. There are many imita- tions of this best of all fly killers. Aik for Wilson's, be sure you get them, and avoid disappointment. CITY AND BISTUICr Board, of .Trade Council Tomorow .The regular weekly meeting of the counci'i will he held tomorrow at 12 30 at the Lethbridge _ Presentation to Harry Smith At the office oE C P R Pi eight ent R Long, last night, J Hanj Smith, foi eight jeara an employee of the office and a reservist in -the British Armj was presented A gold watah.aud cliain.-as. a mark of re- spect, goodwill and friendship, by the the staff. Harry has .al- wajs been popular with his .isso ciates'ahd his call to the colors leaves a vacancy that "will 'be hard to fill. He left fast night iuth the other reser and leaves a wife and family here. Macleod Presbytery in Session special meeting of the Macleod Presbyterj is in session todnv A meet ing- of, -the Home Mission committee" was helfi last night and the student missionaries had a conference, led by Cameron of Cardston and ;T. Sm'Ui of Alagrath This morning at fl.30" a devotional service was 'held, Rev. A; G. Cameron, the retiring mod- erator, .presiding. Rev. Dr. J. T. Fer- guson, superintendent of Hoine Mis sionfi. address.. A special scr- be. held 'tonight at S o'clock, and the student missionaries will give five-minute talks on their work in the field Those present at the ences .are: Rev. A. G. Cameron, ReV A C Brvau of Andrew s church Rev P W Mahaff: laher T M. Murray, Coleman; H. 3I.un- 'Bl'airmdre; -Rev.J. H.: llcLean, Grassy. Lake; Rev. J. L. Simpson, Ray- Rev. D. E. Cardston, and 1 Smiui Alagrath The mis sionarieb attending are B C Salter AV: A. Osborn, Wrentham; H. W Stevenson, Passburg; R- B. Tanne bell Milk Bher The elders attend ing are J D Higlnbothain and I and R. Hender- son, Ptacher Creek.. Rev.. Mr. Camer- on's "resignation comes before t! o -meeting ;this afternoon, the 90lh Regiment, m nipeg Reserves, is to go east and to the war as a unit, at full strength. Two hundred more men will be taken, oh' arid it is expected that the regi: rric'nt .will leave before the .end ol the Clean and Pure The inner pait of the wheat berry n'l, bolted and diessed by the most modem machinery under the cJaielnl vigilance of most competent millers. At Homes, or Dances Pure, wholesome, USE Hygienic Ice Cream THE KINDjWiTH THE SMOOTH, RICH, VELVET TASTE PHONE 1632 THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. Are You Merely Trudging on a HARD WORK DOESN'T GUARANTEE SUCCESS If yon libor it business education you are merely trudging on a, treadmill The devote to an> particular task has but little-influ- ence on Its the knowing how that counts And for the man who knows has fJe training, there Is always an unoccupied opportunity somewhere "Vour may be v iped out of existence anj caii t Jose future is up to what yourself of it If vou choose to stick in the earn with jour hands, and not uth your brains must be satisfied the uage at ivJiich the uorld can substitute Piepare jourself with j, business it is for jou to .measure -your 'success and fortune. Every clay delay be a source of regret Enter 7sOW Gafbuti Business College' AUBEKTA BLOCK FALL OPENING Day School Monday, Aug. 24th School Phone 1313 Office now open Thursday, Sept. 3rd .Residence'Phone 1531 A. M. Fibber; Principal King George Sends Message' To His First Expeditionary Force has landed m Iranu- carries in knapsack a little pamphlet signed Perl Mkh ner containing 200 words of sDiml aduc" The marshall iells them to fear Clod hcncr the King and their country, to rcmcmb r tnit ill on tie soil of a ftiendlj nation, a' st-in- from liquor and looting ar.ii he coiiricous to women and no imru th n courteous. Nothing'further is allowed '.n be made public in regard to this force since it hps disappeared into the country on the other side of Bou- locnc. The r-licihl news luircau announces thst General Sir Horace Sniith-Dor- ricn been apiiointed to comman 1 cnc cf armv crrj s of the tionarv force in sue ession to Lieut General Sir Grierson, who vesterday S TO TROOPS A stirring message, from King Georg.e to the expeditionary forces I was read out to each regiment as it Kt ils port of departure under d ordcib It as I ou arc leitmg homo to for the sa-fety and honor of my empire 'Behiiim, whose entmtry we plotJpe.'i to defend, has heen attacked and Prance is ahout to lie invaded by tlic .same powerful foe. "I have implicit confidence in you, my soldiers. Duty is your ,von! nr.d .1 know your duty will he nobly ricrhe. I sliall follow vour every move- the deepest interest and with satisfaction VOIT daily progress. Indeed, your welfare will never he absent from my thoughts. "f rfay God to h'ess and guard you arid to bring you hack victori- Now that the ban of lias been removed from Hritish troops' movements and the ofiicrl press bur eiu lias admitted tne atuval of Brit- ish troors ia Prance, great onthiM -ism ib exhibited everywhere in Lon- the safe arrival of the sol- the continent and the ..were heartily pj Prench is heard -for the or- za ty and for the silence of new noncprning ichts in England and ,iirning to England from Trench sol their English com- for the i English George." and tlio replied with "Hur- TO BUILD UP U.S. MERCHANT MARINE Washington, D.O., Aug. dent Wilson today approved ft .plan -to have the government buy a number of ships to be used in .taking American foodstuffs abroad. It was tentatively agreed that an ap- propriation of would be asked'6C Congress rades with hurrah for l: Umli'h srtldie: rail for Fi I he troops 01 and uas every indica were carried out perfection of dctai (be complete harii I rcncb and the staffs. ;At the poih had even been I earns turn to I rince' is a guide teamsters ana artill Hies 'Fraternized risiK say there thn-t all orders is expedition and as a result of betwctin tin 'i.tish genijrals1 of debarkation posted saving in the English nen. DON'T LIKE GRINl Laredo. Texas, ttons asking that Genen first after bc.wiacbos Mex- ico City be a request States .to withdraw Its ttoops from Vfri Cm? whMft. thev nre Van affront to Mexican nation, wore adopted on Monday night at a maes'Vneethig in Snltlllo, according to travellVra reach Ins tho hordor. After tbe mass meeting; paraded the streets .sboutln for Carrnuza and Uie Consi isls, and gomo cried "Death t cans according brought (ibre. 15- i1 Satisfies A The Longing for a Perfect Cup of Coffee lif ;